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Anoikonyms in the Týnec Region
Breburdová, Tereza ; Nedvědová, Blanka (advisor) ; Šmejkalová, Martina (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to collect, categorise, and analyse current anoikonyms belonging to the cadastral area of Týnec nad Sázavou and Bukovany. The theoretical part of the thesis introduces anoikonyms from the general point of view. Moreover, there is a chapter which describes the researched area. The practical part of the thesis is based on the process of collecting current anoikonyms and their categorisation. The data was collected from maps, literature, and field research. All anoikonyms were ordered alphabetically and described in terms of localisation, type, word formation, and motivation. Subsequently, the anoikonyms were analysed according to Šmilauer's meaning classification, type classification, and method of creation. At the end of the practical part, the anoikonyms are compared with their variants.
Linguistic Analysis of a Pre-Election Campaign
Škeřík, Martin ; Holanová, Radka (advisor) ; Šmejkalová, Martina (referee)
This bachelor thesis is focused on a linguistic analysis of the pre-election campaign during the 2021 parliamentary elections in Czechia. The aim of this thesis is to demonstrate which persuasive techniques were employed in specific pre-election campaigns. The analysis itself is based on the principles used by both commercial and political advertising with the main focus being on persuasive means and negative political advertisement. Such means are used by the elections participants in order to attract the attention of a potential voter and to secure their vote and long-time support. The analysed material was obtained in both printed and electronic form. It is divided by genre into further categories, those being election programmes, pre-election newspapers, letters to the voters, billboards and posters and finally internet platforms and social media. Based on the analysis, we found that among the most used persuasive means were imperatives, exclamatory and appealing sentences. The election participants also frequently employed questions which are used to simulate direct contact with the recipient. Metaphors, similes, epithets, hyperboles and phrasemes were also often used. A frequent persuasive technique was also the repeating of slogans and phrases, most political parties have also employed some...
Czech Textbooks Published Between 1918-1938 and Their Impact on Contemporary Czech Language Teaching
Valová, Anna ; Hájková, Eva (advisor) ; Šmejkalová, Martina (referee)
The presented theses analyse four textbook series of Czech for second grade of the elementary school published up to 1938. The theses the overall structure, layout, parts of the textbooks and describes contents of the curriculum. Didactical analysis of the curriculum follows together with analysis of processes and methods then used. Using the teacher's books the didactical approach, on which the methods were built, is examined. The scope of this work is to find didactical methods, that are not used in contemporary textbooks, and which are worth to be used in present day Czech language teaching. The analysis starts with mutual comparison of the First republic textbooks, that is followed by comparison of those textbooks with contemporary Czech language textbook representing output of present-day publishing houses. The theses sum up, that the approaches used in historical textbooks are much more diverse, compared to present-day textbooks unified conception. Contemporary textbooks are more deliberately treated from visual point of view, there are differences in the scope of grammar tuition. Didactical methods are copied from the historical textbooks and contrary to above mentioned layout and scopes of grammar, they remain rigid, they are not adequately evolving. The same learning approaches and similar...
Critical points in the Czech language at elementary school
Dygrínová, Gabriela ; Šmejkalová, Martina (advisor) ; Štěpáník, Stanislav (referee)
The thesis deals with the critical points of teaching Czech language at the elementary school. The aim of the work was to identify the citical points of teaching Czech language to the sixth grade of the elementary level. The identification of the critical points was done through a qualitative analysis of the discussions lead with teachers of Czech language. The theoretical part of the work characterizes the Czech language curriculum in the sixth grade and its didactic apporoach in commonly used textbooks. Conceptions, such as the cricital point and the mistake are defined. The practical part of the work contains the analysis and the interpretation of the discussions carried out with the teachers. The program Altas.ti was used for the evaluation of the obtained data. The critical points of Czech language in the sixth grade of the elementary school were found to be the phenomena in the realm of syntax, morphology, and spelling. In the realm of syntax, the critical spots of the greatest weight were: the ability to think logically, the knowledge of the basic linguistic phenomena, the understanding of the syntactic relationships and the terminology. In morphology, the ability to distinguish between the parts of speech, the case determination, and the recognition of the number of the collective and the...

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